Posted On: 11/20/19 7:13 PM

The 2021 class is loaded with talent. Jonathan Kuminga is one of the best players in the nation regardless of class, while Trey Patterson is an elite talent that could potentially play in the McDonald's All-American Game. The junior class is not just filled with great wings as some of the state's top shooters are juniors. Here are the top shooters in the 2021 class.

Jaylen Blakes, 6'1 PG Blair Academy

Blakes may be seen as more of a driver, but he can make teams pay from behind the arc. The Blair Academy point guard has a good looking stroke and an ability to hit tough shots from deep. Blakes' ability to attack the basket opens up his three-point shooting. He is not only one of the top juniors in New Jersey, but also one of the top shooters.

Noah Harris, 6'0 PG Rutgers Prep

Harris is lights out from behind the arc as he lit up Ranney School for 20 points. His range starts once he gets in the gym and has one of the quickest releases in the state. Harris only needs an inch of space to get his shot off and is almost unstoppable when he gets hot. He might be

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